Blue Ridge Parkway - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Blue Ridge Parkway - Home
Blue ridge parkway NC - Google ŒŸ�õ
Shenandoah Valley Map, Towns and Cities
I-95 is the quickest route between Miami & NY.
But if you want to remember the trip and have the time to spare,
the inland route is far more scenic. I've done both.
You should let Hoshiko take you upstate. Niiiice!
He's your "Go To" man in the Big Apple!
Groupon rules dude, I have taken so much advantage of things like that, beer, wine tastings, several courses dinners with drink pairings and such, Brooklyn is definitively the place to be if you like authentic international food, drinks and great service.+1 blue ridge
Hoshiko- I did a guided food tour of Brooklyn (groupon) it was cool to see how the neighborhoods are like big families. My cousins are in Astoria, I usually visit once a year but not likely this year. We should arrange an upstate ride!
Groupon rules dude, I have taken so much advantage of things like that, beer, wine tastings, several courses dinners with drink pairings and such, Brooklyn is definitively the place to be if you like authentic international food, drinks and great service.
I have several friends in Astoria, in fact one of my closest friends who wants to be a musician, works at a bar that has 35 tap beers, 25 of them rotate regularly, the food there is pretty bad but with so much good beer and a friend behind the bar, OMG, I just wish it was closer to me.
Let me know when you come next time I'll show you couple of nice spots.
Hahahaha Close but no cigar, He used to work there, I'm not a fan, wanabe beer garden, cash only, bad food, bad service, and I can go on and on.Is the bar by any chance studio square? you will definitely know if I'm heading that way.
Hahahaha Close but no cigar, He used to work there, I'm not a fan, wanabe beer garden, cash only, bad food, bad service, and I can go on and on.
Next time stop by Sunswick, same block as studio square, corner of 31st and 31st, way better.
and if you are looking for outdoors then look Greenwood Park.
+1 what Mainjet said, stop every 2 hours at least, stretch your entire body, make sure you bring eye drops and chap stick, apply both, drink lots of water, eat a little healthy bite at each stop rather then a large meal. Make sure you leave each stop with a full tank and an empty bladder.If the weather is really hot then start at or just before dawn. Pay attention to hydration before starting and as you travel Our R's don't have much wind protection and you get dehydrated while riding. Get into the motel before the heat of the day.
Going to the national rally in MO last month I began to get symptoms of heat exhaustion. I recognized it early. I learned them from my experience on our county search and rescue team for years. When it hits you don't often recover without medical intervention.
Ride smart, ride safe.
Mainjet in Colo